Jessica Almsay talks to playwright Kristine Haruna Lee about her play WAR LESBIAN, currently running at Dixon Place.
In their play That Poor Dream, which recently concluded a run at the New Ohio Theatre, the downtown theater collective the Assembly freely adapted Charles Dickens’s Great Expectations to bring that classic into the twenty-first century, drawing inspiration from an eclectic list of politically-oriented
Allison Lyman, one of the four PRELUDE.14 curators, discusses putting “care” in “curating.”
Hannah Wolf on Prelude
Dan O’Neil on Prelude Festival 2014
An anonymous writer responds to ideas about Intimacy in the downtown festival
A few weeks ago I was invited to speak (via Skype) to the Theatre Criticism class at Royal Holloway, University of London. It was a lot of fun, they were great kids and asked fantastic questions. A day or two later I got an email
Director David Herskovits and performer Steve Rattazzi discuss the company’s imaginative new production of “The Tempest,” opening this week at HERE Arts Center
Here’s some shots from tonight’s gala dinner for Soho Rep at The Park in Manhattan. Andy will have the recap in a bit. Edward Norton Steve Buscemi Edward Albee & Marian Seldes More after the jump!
Seis actores nacidos en la década del setenta y principios del ochenta reconstruyen la juventud de sus padres a partir de fotos, cartas, cintas, ropa usada, relatos, recuerdos borrados. ¿Quiénes eran mis padres cuando yo nací? ¿Cómo era la Argentina cuando yo no sabía hablar?
From Orlando and Brian Feldman 0f The Feldman Dynamic comes a new performance art theater adventure. (I have not yet had the chance to experience The Feldman Dynamic live. Hopefully, one day, I will. ) Who: Amway Shakespeare Opportunity (2009 Inaugural Season) Taking Shakespeare To The Next
I went to see TELEPHONE on Tuesday night with no idea what to expect. I knew that it was an adaptation of a 1989 book by Avital Ronell – I had a vague memory of reading an essay of hers in the magazine MONDO 2000